Stefanos Tsitsipas crashed into the Queen's Club Championship after failing to get Felix Auger-Aliassim directly.
Stefanos Tsitsipas dies at Queen's Cathedral (Photo Credit: Reuters)
London: A Canadian boy, Felix Auger-Aliassime, claimed that the highest Russian steak at Stefanos Tsitsipas hit 7-5, 6-2 on Friday.
18-year-old, Auger-Aliassim is the youngest of these & # 39; Queens & # 39; & # 39; this is the latest since Lleyton Hewitt was born in Australia in 1999.
Canadians may slow down, but has a good record against Tsitsipas with three wins from the junior and two ATP Tour.
Tsitsipas not help the pain in his right shoulder – which required treatment looga court – after two events in the first game of the final.
Auger-Aliassime will play his former team midfield star Milos Raonic or 37-year-old Feliciano Lopez in the semi-final.
He laughed when asked if he was thinking of Boris Becker, who won the Queen in the late 18th century in 1985 and then won Wimbledon a few weeks later.
"In fact," he said.
"I was honestly looking forward to a few minutes here, but I had nerves, and I do not want to think far beyond that," added the eighth.
Auger-Aliassime and Tsitsipas were competing for a hard fight before the Canadian boys had shot 7-5 in the Greek game and saw the highest grass in the grass twice.
Auger-Aliassime won 3-0, including second place, with his opponent opposed to his treatment of the treatment, which sparked the soft and the right wing.
Earlier, Russian billionaire Dmitry Medvedev became Russia's first Russian player to win the last four years at the Queen's Stadium for next season, featuring Argentine star Diego Schwartzmann, the fourth-choice 6- 2, 6-2 wins.
Schwartzmann's return to the victory of his defensive winner Marin Cilic in the second round quickly overwhelmed Medvedev, who broke his first game and then scored the winner in the second half.